Oklahoma Reports Volume 63-64

Oklahoma Reports Volume 63-64

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...Trading Co., 1 Ind. T. 191, 81 Fed. 1008. Kelly et al. v. Johnson, 1 1nd. T. 184; 82 Fed. 1002. Laurel Oil & Gas Co. v. Morrison et al. (not found in Ind. T. Reports); 212 U B. 291. McMillan v. McKee._2 Ind. T. 529; 102 Fed. 1004. Noble v. Worthy, 1 Ind. T. 458, 523; 91 Fed. 1003. Stephenson v. Osage Coal & Mining Co., 3 Ind. T. 567; 115 Fed. 102. Tryon et al. v. Crowell. 3 Ind. '1'. 345: 109 Fed. 1063. THE, OKLAHOMA REPORTS-. VOLUME 64 CUSHING v. WHALEY et al. No. 65T8--Opinion Filed Jan. 9. 1917. Rehearing Denied May 29, 1917. (165 Pac. 135.) (Syllabus by the Court.) 1. Indi.ans--Deed of Inherited Lan1b--Ap' proval of Secretary of Interior--Vaiidity. Section 22 of the act of Congress of April 26, 1906 (34 Stat. 137, c. 1876), giving to the adult heirs of any deceased Indian of either of the Five Civilized Tribes, whose selection has been made or to whom a deed or patent has been issued for his or her share of the land of the tribe to which he or she belongs or belonged, authority to sell and convey the lands inherited from such decedent, but which also provides that "all conveyances made under this provision by heirs who are full-blood Indians are to be subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, under such rules and regulations as he may prescribe." renders void a deed to inherited lands, whether surplus or homestead, allotted during the lifetime of a deceased fullblood Chickasaw, who died prior to the date of the passage of the act, where the heirs, adult full-blood Chickasaws, attempted to convey by deeds dated. respectively, May 8 and June 7, 1907, without obtaining the approval of the Secretary of the Interior to such conveyances. H. Whaley, Mary E. Whaley, the American Trust Company, and J....
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